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  • Big Max

    Big Max

    110 Days. Organic.



    A perfect "Halloween" pumpkin. Deep orange color with defined ribs and nice handles. These vary in shape and weight. They average 30-50lbs, with thick flesh. Generally round shape is great for carving.

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  • Siletz

    Siletz

    52 Days. Organic.


    Improved, Oregon, Spring-type, bred by Dr. James baggett. Considerably larger average fruit size with an earlier peak yield. Large, healthy plant with good leaf coverage. Earliest true red slicer in our trials. Fruit size is reliable up into the 10oz range. Sets fruit in cold weather like Oregon Spring, and many of the first fruits are seedless. Highly recommended. Determinate. Resists VW.

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  • Sage

    Sage

    Organic.



    Culinary, large leaved variety with gray-green leaves. Use in sauces, dressings or teas. Pretty, small lavender-colored flowers.

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  • Lincoln Pea

    Lincoln Pea

    65 Days. Disease-resistant strain of old favorite. Large peas, 3" long pods. Compact 18"-30" vines. Freezes well; more heat-tolerant than all, but Wando. Very productive, easy to shell. Resists CW.
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  • Early Prolific Straightneck - Organic

    Early Prolific Straightneck - Organic

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Lemon-yellow like crookneck except straight. Best eaten when 4-7" long. Abundant producer of high quality fruits with firm, fine grained flesh. AAS 1938

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  • Rocket

    Rocket

    Organic. Heirloom. 50 Days.



    Very prolific and hardy red variety with slightly acid 2 1/2 inch, 3-4oz fruits. Bush plant that may need some support to hold up huge yields. Many consider the flavor superior to other early varieties. Determinate. 

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  • Winter/Fall Rye

    Winter/Fall Rye

    Organic.


    (biennial if allowed to go to seed) Very hardy, valued for its ability to break up hardpan soils with a profusion of roots and root hairs. It suppresses weeds, especially quck grass, both by aggressive growth and by exuding a natural herbicide. Adaptable to a wide range of soil and climate conditions. Can be planted from early spring until the ground freezes as a winter cover crop. Plant in the fall with winter peas for nitrogen, organic matter arnd weed suppression. NOTE: If not mowed, rye will grow into three foot tall cereal grain crop. Planting rate: 3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.; 100-140 lbs per acre.

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  • Black Russian

    Black Russian

    Organic. 78 Days.



    This old variety produces rich mahogany brown colored fruit with a sweet, rich flavor. This medium sized tomato is good for outdoor or indoor growing. 

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  • Sugar Snap

    Sugar Snap

    53 Days. Organic.



    Best tasting of the snap peas. Bears abundant 2 1/2"-3" meaty, juicy pods with 5-7 medium sized peas each. Sweet all through. Excellent fresh or frozen. Will climb up to 6' so needs support. Frost resistant. AAS 1979

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  • California Wonder 300

    California Wonder 300

    68 Days. Organic.



    We were impressed with the earliness, productivity, and quality of this popular variety. Fruits have 3-4 lobes and are smooth-skinned and thick-walled with excellent flavor. Plants are vigorous, upright, and prolific.


    Resists TMV.

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  • Siberia

    Siberia

    40 Days. Organic.



    Instresting, red variety smuggled out of cold war Russia. Extremely dwarfed, thick- stemmed plants able to set fruit in very cool weather. 3-7 oz. fruits depending on thinning of abundant fruit set. Suitable for containers and extreme climates. Determinate.

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  • Genovese Basil

    Genovese Basil

    Organic.



    Large, dark-green Italian basil with sweet leaves. Plant is tall & slow to bolt. Most often used for pesto. Sweet fragrance with a spicy taste.

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  • Alaska Pea

    Alaska Pea

    Heirloom. Earliest of all the shell peas. Light green 26''-36'' plants. 3'' round straight green pods with 5-8 smooths skinned peas. Grows well in cool soils. Heavy yields for early first peas. This variety dates back to 1880. Resists FW
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  • Delicata Squash - Organic

    Delicata Squash - Organic

    95 Days. Organic. Heirloom



    Specially selected uniform strain. Oblong striped fruits, 7"-9" long with a 3" diameter. Delicious, fine grained, orange-yellow flesh. Tastes better than Butternut! One of our best keepers.

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  • Lime Green Salad

    Lime Green Salad

    Organic. Heirloom. 58 Days.



    Short plants that produce juicy 30z. fruits. Skin apple green to yellow green at maturity with lime green flesh and a sweet tangy flavor. Orgin Tom Wagner.

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